ArtelinaRose's forum posts

#1 Posted by ArtelinaRose (1857 posts) -

I as well!

#2 Posted by ArtelinaRose (1857 posts) -

arggghhhh i just bought it and it wont recognize my key

#3 Posted by ArtelinaRose (1857 posts) -

RNGs absolutely hate me. I'm the same level and haven't found a single one. I only have purples because I've purchased them.

#4 Edited by ArtelinaRose (1857 posts) -

More than twice a day for at least thirty minutes at a time. I LOVE listening to music and letting my mind wander. It's also how I come up for ideas for tabletop RPGs that I run; hit the music, imagine the scene.

#5 Posted by ArtelinaRose (1857 posts) -

New Conglomerate or bust

#6 Posted by ArtelinaRose (1857 posts) -

@Artemesia said:

Raptors would kill you quickly and efficiently. Spiders are super creepy. Going with the raptors.

Also one million spiders is a definite no. I can't stand having even one in my apartment.

#7 Posted by ArtelinaRose (1857 posts) -

Raptors would kill you quickly and efficiently. Spiders are super creepy. Going with the raptors.

#8 Posted by ArtelinaRose (1857 posts) -

@familyphotoshoot said:

>/v/

>discussing video games

Haha, good one.

yup

#9 Posted by ArtelinaRose (1857 posts) -

I feel pretty comfortable with where I'm at right now. I got some Vengeance RAM with better timing and moved up to the i7 that was linked in this thread. If it doesn't work it is ALL YOUR FAULT, GIANTBOMB

#10 Posted by ArtelinaRose (1857 posts) -

@Stonyman65 said:

What power supply are you getting? 1kw sounds like a lot for that machine, you could easily get away with a 750w and have room to spare. You're wasting money with a 1kw. Most I would suggest is an 850w, assuming you aren't going to be running 2 cards in the future.

Just make sure it's a good PSU - using a shitty one will kill your machine quick. Anything by Seasonic, Corsair or Coolermaster is good. I'd say go for Silver efficiency certified, Gold efficiency if you can. I have the Corsair HX850w modular PSU in my rig and it works great, and I have lots of headroom to spare.

I plan on getting a second 680 in the near future, so I went higher than I figured I would need to be safe.